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Nintendo DS Lightsaber Stylus for Jedi and Sith Gamers

The regular plastic stylus that comes with the Nintendo DS serves its purpose fine for mere civilians, but for all the Jedi and Sith in the audience, it just won’t do. That’s why Nintendo has teamed up with LucasArts to create the very special Lightsaber Stylus for the DS.

Set for launch at the end of this month, the LightSaber Stylus functions like your regular stylus, but it has been infused with all sorts of Jedi (or Sith) powers. You can get a two-pack of light up lightsabers for $16.99, or there is also the three-pack on non-light up lightsabers for $7.99. You know you want the one that lights up.

Because of the unique design, the lightsaber stylus will not fit in the stylus slot found on the DS and DS Lite. You’ll need to dangle it around with pride… or find a way to retract the beam. Pre-orders are available now on Amazon.

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